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are not that high but highs are 60s and 70s and very low 80s, here is sal. >>> traffic on marin is looking good if you are driving towards san rafael and traffic looks good in marin county and also traffic looks good on the san mateo bridge, let's go back to dave and pam. >>> one firefighter was injured fighting an apartment fire. ktvu channel 2 morning news reporter ann rubin was first to report on the scene and has more on the rescue of a woman and her dog and a look at the damage, ann ? >> reporter: take a look, it was a tricky one for firefighters not easy to access and in the end, he was taken to the hospital with minor burns. the fire apparently started in a second floor apartment. initially there were three people trapped and as it turns out, it was three people and her dog. the woman may be suffering from smoke inhalation but has so far refused treatment. the fire happened here which includes four apartment complex and they are concerned other apartment the may have smoke or water damage. this woman lives below the fire. >> the light and i looked out and saw it was a fire and i looked o
the u.s. increasing security around the world >> more american facilities are now coming under attack >> today, protesters in he and then stormed the embassy and this attack is the latest in a wave of violence after an american made and how muslim movie. protesters chanted death to america and burned the american flag. they were able to breach the embassy by getting through the main gate but failed to make it inside the main compound. once they dispersed, security sealed off surrounding streets. yemen's president just apologize to president obama and ordered an investigation. live pictures from cairo this morning. clashes there became violent again 24 hours after protesters scaled the u.s. embassy walls. some demonstrators threw rocks and witnesses saw protesters carrying bombs. this morning the egyptian president says the egyptian people reject such " unlawful acts ". the white house has been working overnight to step up security at u.s. missions around the world. this after the ambassador and three other americans were killed. the impact of the violent protest is not escaping politi
very much. happening now, a deadly day of anti-u.s. rage across the muslim world. we're monitoring events that have u.s. security officials extremely concerned right now. president obama leads the mourners as the bodies of the u.s. ambassador and others killed in libya return to the united states. and mitt romney ramps up his criticism of the president again as the latest polls show him falling behind in several crucial states. i'm wolf blitzer. you're in "the situation room." >>> but we begin with these live pictures. look at this. this is tahrir square in cairo. these are live pictures coming in not far from the united states embassy. once again, the protests escalating even as we speak. earlier in the day it had been relatively -- keyword, relatively, quiet. now seems to be escalating for some reason. our own ben wedeman is on the ground for us. we're going to be going to him shortly. at the same time as these scenes are unfolding, there also have been frightening scenes of violence and hatred directed at the united states and others around the region. it's spreading. and u.s. o
of north bay valley, locations slipping back into the 40s once again this morning. slightly warmer for your afternoon, the second half of your weekend, a slight cooldown in store. i'll detail this for you, coming up. >>> for the second night in a row, protesters marched through san francisco's mission district and vandalized numerous buildings, including a police station. we are live at the mission with more on what sparked the behavior. christian? >> reporter: john, a lot of the damage has been cleaned up in the areas of 16th, 17th and 18th streets and mission and valencia, where we are right now. take a look to the left. you can see the windows at live well fitness center have not been boarded up. you can see damage left over of a second night of rowdy street protests. san francisco police were out in force last night, trying to rein in the protesters for a second night. demonstrators marched through the streets to the mission police station, throwing paint on the door and a hammer at the officers. one officer received minor injury from the hammer. the protesters damaged two nearby banks,
report out today that says the u.s. economy added far fewer jobs than expected in august. >> the jobs report this morning, by the way? 95,000, i believe, net new jobs created and almost 400,000 people dropped out of the work force all together. >> the white house points out that more jobs were added for the 30th month in a row, but the president acknowledges there's more work to do. he also told supporters in new hampshire, congress could get more people back to work if members pass his jobs bill when they return to washington next week. >> if the republicans are serious about being concerned about joblessness, we could create a million new jobs right now if congress would pass the jobs plan that i sent to them a year ago. >> the two candidates switch states tonight with the president heading to iowa and romney campaigning in new hampshire. we are just 60 days away from the november election. >>> and in that 60 days, we're going to be bombarded with political ads that make competing claims. we'll be looking at a lot of them in this newscast to see which are truthful, misleading, or
. >>> fedex cuts lower earnings forecast. >>> u.s. department of justice accuses bp of gross negligence over the gulf of mexico spill, blaming bp's culture of recklessness. >>> thailand central bank says they keep interest rates on hold at 3%. >>> welcome to today's program. we're going to get straight to the data. >> and the data ain't that great. >> final services pmi today for the eurozone has come in at 47.2. flash number was 47.5. in july it was 47.9. final composite pmi, 46.6 flash point. eurozone likely to have stepped back into recession according to these numbers, if you do the read through from that. a seventh month of con tracks. new orders dwindling. august pmi slightly below earlier flash estimate. joining us with his own thoughts right now is larry hathaway at ubs investment. thanks for joining us. whilst we wait for the ecb, the economics is getting worse. how much worse is the economics going to get? >> well, it is. it's confirming the recession that's been under way now and it continues. confidence is very weak. fiscal policy is being tightened. interest rates are very high
. >>reporter: would be kidnapper is described as a white man in his 20's to 30's approximately 6 feet tall with freckle and facial hair. we have a reporter heading to san mateo and will bring you the very latest as soon as we have it. >>> republican presidential candidate mitt romney arrives this evening at san francisco international airport where he was joined by former secretary of state george shuttle. mitt romney hasn't spent a lot of time in the bay area but when he has it has often been in hillsboro. he held a fundraiser there in may. that's where he is tonight at the historic strawberry hill estate for another big money pick up. amma is there live for us tonight. amma? >>reporter: republican presidential nominee mitt romney just left the event about 8:45 to just 15 minutes ago and ever since guests have been filing out. now you can see he arrived by motorcade at 6:15 this evening and he arrived with a wave to protestors who were gather jeans outside handful who held their signs in support of president obama. now the people standing and supported mitt romney didn't seem too
as controversy one person posted on clint eastwood's speech.e t us in the u.s. will to wait a few more hours for the release of the iphone 5. "good morning washington" at 5:00 a.m. begins now. >> live and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on your side. we have made it to friday. morning, washington. is september 21. i'm kendis gibson. i am pamela brown. let's get a check on the weather jeras.cqui looks like we are in store for a friday. >> you are looking at the best of thethe week in terms weather. it's going to be absolutely beautiful. be warmeres will today. high temperatures around 80. were hoping it would weekend,ugh the saturdayorms possible afternoon and saturday night. cooldown to end the weekend. skies but now, 60 n national, 53 at dulles, 52 in petersburg. mostly sunny and 65 at 9:00, pleasant and 72 by noon, 79 by 5:00. picture-perfect again today. let's look at traffic. >> its picture perfect. then we will get the volume. better on 95 virginia between fredericksburg and route 7 team, upy have wrapped construction in each direction. the lingering volume is starting to ease
america! >>> tonight on "rock center," why is the u.s. under attack in places that america helped to >>> hoy en rock center. liberate? as the violence spreads in the middle east, richard engel what has covered the arab spring is live in die yo and the family of christopher stevens speaks for the first time about the widely respected diplomat killed in the attack in libya. >> he was a great person to be with. he was funny and inspirational on many levels. >>> also tonight we check in on the low road during this decision 2012. >> never worked addae in her life. >>ed to koppel takes us inside the industry where they spend every moment of every day watching and listening for the next comment that could blow sky high. >> you have people sitting there with headsets. zo >> gaffe seekers. the whole campaign is about gaffes. >> he's the most googled person on earth. perhaps fitting because justin bieber came to us via the web. tonight his goals for adult life. >> i just don't want to be another teen heartthrob. >> a famous musician and heartthrob turns 18. >> i feel like they're judging me
this rng mon morning. we're in the low to mid-60s. 65 in college park. 64 in camp springs. your forecast for the morning commute. umbrella ready. isolated light showers. mild start from the upper 50s to low 60s. by afternoon, 74 to 77. shower chances mainly north around maryland. a high today 84 degrees. i'll be back with the four-day forecast. right now first 4 traffic. >> thanks, veronica. >>>ere we have a live look from chopper 4 over i-270 as you make your way closer to germantown road, the earlier accident was just allowing the left lane to get by. now it's moved to the right shoulder lane. still seeing delays once you make your way past clarksburg road, you're heavy on the brakes, very heavy on the brakes to father hurley, and then sluggish as you continue towards germantown road. you can see choppers panning out, heavy volume in this area. let's head over to an accident. northbound on gw parkway trying to get to the inner loop of the beltway. that ramp is blocked by an accident involving an overturned vehicle. back in ten minutes with an update. aaron and eun, back over to you. >>
mean bad news for passenger. with american airlines in bankruptcy, u.s. airways is aggressively pushing for a merger to merge delta. >> this is good for consumers, it's good for employees for both companies. >> reporter: be a american merger with u.s. airways could resemble others. continental merged with northwest and air tran with delta and it's possible, say, experts, that ticket prices could rise again. now u.s. airways denies that saying a merger would create only more options and u.s. airways has always struck behind-the-scenes deals with american labor unions that are better than what american has. can you see now why american pilots may not be so happy. willie, back to you. >> tom costello back in washington for us. thanks so much. >> a check of the day's other top stories. natalie morales is over at the news desk. natalie, good morning. >> good morning, savannah and willie. good morning, everyone. the u.s. troop surge in afghanistan is over as the last of the additional 33,000 soldiers sent over there in 2009 has now left the war zone. 68,000 u.s. troops remain in afghanistan.
. temperatures mid-60s across much of the shenandoah valley. upper 70s bayside locations. storm 4 radar, not much going on around our area just yet. showers and a rumble of thunder out to ocean city, rehoboth. but out to the west, a strong cold front promises raindrops as early as 11:00 a.m. to noon time frame. thickening clouds this morning, showers and thunderstorms arriving for this afternoon. some of which by mid to late afternoon could be strong to severe. we'll keep a close eye on that. plus it's saturday morning. who's playing, when they're playing and where they're playing, sense your college game day football requests to me chuck.bell@n brks krr chuck.bell@nbc. >> dematha defeated calvert hall but did so without five of their players. five students withdrew from the school after accusation they hired prostitutes following a road game in north carolina last weekend. the students reportedly hired the prostitutes from a website and snuck them in after team chaperones completed final room checks. >> the school stands behind our coach, elijah brooks, his staff, the school staff who monitored
carey, news4. >>> 33,000 u.s. troops sent to afghanistan as part of what was called a surge, have now left. the military says the drawdown was completed a week ahead of schedule. president obama ordered those troops into the country three years ago to push back against taliban attacks. the u.s. soldiers also helped train afghan security forces. 68,000 u.s. troops will remain in afghanistan through 2014. >>> a school bus driver in virginia with an excellent driving record hit and killed a man while students were onboard that bus. this happened yesterday. the 89-year-old man was hit. he was crossing the street at gallows road. pat, what was going on at the time? >> reporter: well, jim, he was just walking down the street to a shopping center, but that afternoon walk, it had deadly consequences. gallows road, what happened at this annonedale intersection has most people upset. >> it's a dangerous intersection. >> a tragic story. >> i feel horrible for him. >> reporter: the victim here, jun ahn. he was 89 years old. despite his age, they say he got around a lot. yesterday he was walking d
. news4's richard jordan is here with more. >> the pastors who support same-sex marriage say the fight is like a battle they have fought before, for african-americans to have equal rights. reverend coates from maryland leads a congregation and a movement. the highly controversial marriage equality is highlighting the point the two events held at the same time at two different locations from two opposing sides. reverend al sharpton speaking in support of gay marriage, while the coalition of african-american pastors calls the notion sinful. sharpton says gay marriage is not about religion, but civil rights. >> you cannot be for civil rights for african-americans, but not for gays and lesbians. >> reporter: but those against marriage equality say black ministers sold out. the group claims african-american pastors are supporting gay marriage for financial gain. >> to lead a society downhill for money is sinful and it's wrong. and that's what they're doing. it's all about money. >> reporter: maryland voters will ultimately decide. but the pastors who favor gay marriage say there are some mi
at the world in 90 seconds. >> countries bracing for muslim protests around the world right now. >> u.s. embassies on high alert preparing for more anti-american outrage. >> the film made about the prophet muhammad. >> ads featuring both president obama and secretary clinton have been running on pakistani tv denouncing the film. >> his slogan was yes, we can. his slogan now is no, i can't. it's time now for a new president. >> you can't change washington from the inside. you can only change it from the outside. >> we're going to give him that chance in november. >> ann romney responding to republican critics. >> what do you say to your fellow republicans? >> stop it. this is hard. you want to try it, get in the ring. >> a milestone in the war in afghanistan. the last of 33,000 surge troops have now left the country. >> apple's new iphone 5 is on sale today. >> let me feel this thing. >> you want to touch it? put your hands all over it. >> in iran, someone threw a hand grenade onto the field. the grenade then blew up. remarkably no one was hurt. >> a baby goat in trouble and a brave pig
phone 4s, can't do that with the iphone 5. the biggest thing for some, you heard the guy in the piece talk about it. that switch from the google map to the ones on apple's own application. some of the landmarks are misplaced, the directions are not always accurate. apple says it hears you. it understands. and it is trying to work on a solution. anita. >> a few small glitches it sounds like. very interesting. thanks. couldn't believe those lines. it's a good bet many of those new iphones will be pointed at the national zoo's new panda cub. today the zoo released this. what is called the best view of the five day old cub today. we made a circle around him for you, or her. just under her balanced on the arm is the cub. mom is grooming and the little one is stretching its vocal cords. it will be several weeks before we know if it is a boy or girl and following chinese tradition, it won't be named until it is 100 days old. >>> is it free speech, hate speech, or both? i'm andrea mccarren, coming up, details of an ad you might see on metro. >>> and i'm erica in for topper tonight. it's a mild ni
, really. y>> b 10 to 15 degrees, depending on where you are. there's so many locations in the 40s. this morning we're starting out in the 50s, even low 60s throughout the area. in fact, it's 67 degrees right now at reagan national airport. 67 degrees. we've got a mild start. that maends we're going to have an even warmer finish. we're going to see our warmest day out of the work week today. 67 the current temperature. we've got a cloudy sky at reagan national airport. we're expecting today a small chance of a few showers. that's what's on radar right now. storm team 4 radar. look at that. gaithersburg, bethesda area. showers, just a few. we've got that moving out. frostburg and petersburg moving through. for your morning hour here, umbrella ready, 57 to 64 degrees. mild, mild, mild, even at lunchtime today. 77 degrees with a slight chance showers. again coming through our area. the high of 84. danella? >>> right now maryland state police checking on a possible accident involving an overturned vehicle. this is on the inner loop of the beltway between old georgetown road and rockvil
ashore in the u.s. >> that's good news. no landfall here in the u.s. we'll take that. >>> in other news this morning, arizona is one step closer to implementing the most controversial part of its new immigration law. a federal judge refused to block the so-called show me your papers provision. that requires police officers to ask about the immigration status of people who are stopped for other suspected crimes. civil rights groups, though, says that provision essentially amounts to racial profiling. >>> hundreds of people gathered at a mississippi church to celebrate the life of lucimarian roberts, the mother of robin roberts. robin said, thank you for remembering my mother. diane sawyer and charlie gibson were among those to pay their respects. mrs. roberts was the first african-american to head the mississippi state board of education. she was buried alongside her husband, a former tuskegee airman. >>> it is time, now, for the weather from across the nation. hope it's nice where you are. but you're going to see hail and gusty winds from southern nebraska to amarillo. showers into the
. >> i'm alisyn camerota. begin with a fox news alert. chaos in cairo continues. this as two u.s. marines were killed and dozens injured after an attack on a base in afghanistan. now al qaeda has a new target. prince harry, live on the ground straight ahead. >> while the mobs in the middle east winds up the white house plays the blame game. >> not to response to white house policy. obviously not to the administration and not to the american people. it is response to a video a film. is a youtube clip really at fault? we report, you decide. >> the economy continues to burn. new report this morning that america's credit rating has been downgraded again. what this means for your wallet on "fox & friends" which begins right now. ♪ ♪ >> good morning, everybody, thanks for joining us bright and early. we want to welcome tucker carlson to the set of "fox & friends." it's great to have you here in person. not just via satellite i'm happy to be here. >> happy to be here as well. >> happy to have both of you here on this intense weekend happening around the world. we start with a fox news alert.
of support they have seen. before the chp, he was in the u.s. army reserve. a sergeant says what happened yesterday was a sobering reminder to all. >> is a time to remember when we get up to brush our teeth that the job we have we might not be coming home and just as all of you know that every time you get in your car you know there are fatalities that occur. >> she says the chp is a family organization and this has affected all of them >> according to the contra costa times this was the first serious line of duty incident since 2007 when another officer died after slamming into a tree chasing suspected drunk driver. >> the first call about the shooting came about 820 in the morning >> reportedly shots fired at an officer on the freeway and the officer is possibly down >> the officer radioed for help and then returned to youngstrom side until paramedics arrived. you can find the latest updates on >> san jose firefighter frank ryan is out of a drug induced coma and is speaking with visitors for the first time since suffering a heart attack. he collapsed last week while battling t
file an amended return and get a big check from the u.s. treasury for the amount that he -- >> that is a fair point. that is a fair point. harry reid though, doesn't he owe an apology? >> no, i don't thinko. i think if mitt had releas]ed l of the information, then he'd owe him an apology. i suspect harry reid is wrong. i don't think he was lying, i think he had a bad source. i think he would owe him an apology if mitt released all the detailed information. we don't know he didn't have a set of amended returns. we just don't know. >> i'm sure we can get answers on those things. there's only a certain period of time you can amend. one quick thing for everyone, it would be very standard for someone like mitt romney to file his tax returns october 15th would be the deadline because of a lot of the forms that come in. so not a stall. >> that's the thing, right? >> that's one point of view. i'm merely pointing out that the time of file is already. i'm sorry, mark, i got to leave it there, but i look forward to having you both back. you were great. still "outfront" as new anti-
day of fall. i'm randi kaye. fresh protests erupt across the muslim world, keeping the u.s. on alert, but not all of the demonstrations are anti-america. >>> missing in iran, the wife of a retired fbi agent who vanished years ago is taking her plea for help to an unlikely person. iran's president himself. >>> scientists are on the front lines of an ambitious goal to cure six deadly cancers this decade. we have an exclusive interview with some of the researchers who are taking on that incredible feat. >>> anger and rage over a u.s.-made film are sparking violent protests in countries overseas for yet another day. take a lack here. this is bangladesh. protesters vandalized a bus and set fire to a motorcycle during demonstrations in its capital city. many protesters were arrested. the demonstrations with all over an independently produced film mocking the prophet muhammad. protests are planned in at least four other countries today. thousands gathered in pakistan not to protest, but to bury some of the people killed in violent demonstrations yesterday. at least 27 people were killed and
and getting a whole lot of buzz this morning. >>> stern warning. the head of the navy s.e.a.l.s comes out swinging. this morning how t pentagon will handle this very sticky situation. >>> scare on the lake. a bizarre accident all caught on camera. the boaters caught by surprise after hitting another boat's wake. couldn't get enough of this one this morning. >>> and kickoff. the nfl season begins for real today. tonight's showdown, the dallas cowboys face the new york giants. but will the replacement refs keep up? "cnn newsroom" begins right now. >>> good morning. thank you so much for joining me this morning. i'm carol costello. we begin in charlotte where the party faithful are still basking in the glow of last night's fiery speeches. we'll share in a moment. but first, a glimpse of the heavy hitters on the schedule tonight. the headliner, bill clinton. he'll deliver tonight's nominating speech. and democrats hope display the political genius that has made him campaigner in achievement >>> also speaking, a darling of the democrats, senate candidate elizabeth warren. the harvard law profe
wednesday forecast, temperatures are expected to go up into the mid-70s near san jose. we'll talk about who will hit 90 degrees comingp in a few minutes. >>> so you're in the car but you're not driving the car. google is driving. the driverless car got the green light from governor brown. the future is apparently now. scott bud man takes us for a test drive. no hands required as google founder sergei brynn and california governor jerry brown arrived in a car that drives itself, to sign a bill allowing the testing of self-driving cars in california. it's a boost for google technology as well as for those who have thus far been unable to drive. >> there are many, many people who are underserved by our transportation today. blind is one of them. some people have other disabilities, some people are too young, some people are too old. sometimes we're too intoxicated. >> google says it's tested its driverless cars for 300,000 miles and they've been safe. are you ready to jump into a car and let it take you for a ride? the governor says this is what california innovation is all about. >> that's th
. >>> and president obama told the united nations on tuesday that the u.s. will do whatever it can to prevent iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon. >>> ahmadinejad's term ends next year, and we asked him about his speech and the inflammatory language he used leading up to it. >> israel believes that you want to destroy them. if you have nuclear weapons, then you might use them or they will fall into the hands of someone else. that's the fear they have because of the rhetoric and the tone of your comments about them. >> translator: anyone decides anothers fates based on their own opinion, there has been stronger language traded between the united states and iran. americans repeatedly said that the iranian government must change, and -- change behavior. >> translator: sure, but after all, what does that mean. can one country based on their own sole opinion decide and establish a redline for another country and then offer attacks. we have never threatenned them. >> you said you wanted to wipe them from the face of the earth. >> translator: let me explain, we think occupation and war-like behavior and
into a his name and condition have not been released. also, a new jobs report shows a jobs market as u.s. s added 96,000 jobs last of the weakest performances this year. unemployment rate dipped mainly people who stopped looking for work. the economy has added 139,000 in 2012, less for 2011.verage >> people of working age now working is that about 55%, the lowest level since 1981. >> the weak report could spur action from the fed when it meets next week. it is a safe bet those figures n by both sides of the campaign trail. the romney campaign taking the t swing. ann romney speaking right now at at the twin oaks riding academy in leesburg. there is a live picture of the mitt.for president obama and vice- biden hitting the acceptingafter nomination last night in charlotte. be in newe stop will hampshire. that is in about 20 minutes. they are not the only ones stumping for votes in new hampshire. romney will be there later today. we will get the latest from t.j. winnick. >> call it the friday face off. president obama and republican romney shadow each other today in new hampshire and iowa. the
.m. on the west. we begin this hour in libya, where citizens speaking out in support of the u.s. and democracy have stormed the headquarters of several radical groups. hundreds marching to express their outrage at one organization has been linked to the attack on the u.s. consulate that left four americans dead. that group has denied any involvement. in a separate demonstration, at least four people have been killed and more than 70 injured in an attack on another militia. the protests come amid news that eight people including some extremists have been arrested in connection with the consulate attack. our correspondent is on the ground in benghazi. >> reporter: there was an initial sense of euphoria. people saying that this is the real libya, cleansed of extremists by its own people. but the situation quickly turned sinister. >> yeah, yeah, be careful. >> down the road there -- >> yeah, yeah. >> over here on the left-hand side. >> there is gunfire at a second location. this is the second location. just on the other side of this wall is the second location that we are told is being struck toni
. fox 5's matt ackland spoke with the reverend at the church who was there when it happened. >> reverend sarah beth goodwin says this is the first time something like this has happened in her church, a place known for peace and generosity. she was there as the crime was carried out. even a gun was pointed in her face. you'll remember this video was taken as the victim walked into the church saturday. the suspect comes in right behind him. police say once inside the victim was ordered to the ground, his iphone, cash and other personal property taken. we spoke to reverend goodwin earlier tonight about the robbery. she says she'll speak with her church community this sunday about it. >> we've been lucky. up till now we have not had any kind of an assault like this before. so we'll just talk about it honestly and we will probably be a little bit more vigilant in watching for each other. >> here is surveillance video of the man leaving st. stephen church. he was wearing a mask most of the time. so police understand why it has been so difficult to identify the suspect. coming up at 11:00 we'll
to you. >> thank you. now i'm joined by chris. he is with d.c.'s homeland security and emergency management agency. it's a bit of a mouthful. but he is here to talk with us about emergency preparedness during this national preparedness month. you are also doing a live web chat. talk to us why it's so important to dedicate an entire month to this issue. >> we are trying to get out to everybody in the community to say, there's a responsibility that the residents have. to make sure they are prepared when things happen. the government is going to do all we can to get out to folks as quickly as we can. if you are prepared, it's that much easier. >> let's talk about the goal for this month and what you're trying to accomplish. you really want all of us to do our part to handle an emergency. >> that's right. we really want folks to make sure they are prepared. they are getting messages from the government. you can get that from our agency on our website. we want to make sure that you are making an emergency kit, that you have things in there, such as water, a little bit of food, thin
the blue jays. the blue jays would score three more runs in the game. none for the orioles. loaded with two outp toronto wins 4-0. >> 66 degrees at the airport. ann romney was on the "tonight" show. >> a. you top attraction is trying its hand at politics -- a utah attraction is trying its hand at politic >> welcome back. 66 degrees downtown. low 60's in the suburbs. a few sprinkles in baltimore city. that is moving to the eastern suburbs. you can see some steady rain no up into cecil county and parts of harford county. the motion is west to east. there'll be another batch coming in after that. off and on rain showers. it will not be a steady rain. it will be a little warmer this afternoon with a high near 79. we will check the seven-day forecast going all the way into the weekend. >> ann romney makes her first appearance on a late night. she appeared on "the tonight show" with jay leno. she talked about what life was like on the campaign trail and the possibility of another first in the white house. >> talk about the significance of been the first mormon presidents. >> we have the
, it was in the 1930's. as soon as the celebration broke and in thefield room following build a -- the win last --ht >> [inaudible] >> fans everywhere were quick to figure out their team had made it to the playoffs. today they were showing their "natittude." and looking forward to postseason baseball. that has not happened in a long time. >> that was three years before i born. did not see the game. only 76. been a lifelong d.c. baseball fan. see one of these games. >> you always want a world series, a championship team so i could go. they are everywhere else but here. e you look you saw a face on the person wearing w.urly how excited he is d.c. about baseball? at the ticketd up office, they learned there were tickets left. you cannot buy them. >> i was inquiring about it. you can only get them online. >> at last check, there were tickets left online. this is, ladies and gentlemen, the hottest ticket in town. >> good to hear. >> very exciting. ahead here on abc 7 at 5:00 including new on a series of a busy neighborhood. the suspect is behind bars but that is not enough. >> also a major and a surprise
this is more about the two men running, inou ecthe context,s cl th republicans in congress are unpopular but actually so are the democrats. here is my point. just as one video seemed to have been the game changer in this election, the 47%er, we still have three debes coming , whift ey d a turn around, he has a chance, starting tuesday -- starting october 3rd in denver, wednesday -- where he has, i think, some of the few chances left to try and figure out a way to turn this around. to elain if tre is a ann wh he really want wants to do that will be more inclusive than that video sent. he has a few chances left if trend is against him but i'm not ready to call it yet. >> i have to say, it does see over the last 24, 48 hours they do some very specific thing. 'sn g ton of o interviews. after all, the criticism early on that he was never there to be interviewed. let me play a little clip from yesterday. >> throughout this campailmpaig well. don't forget, i got everybo i 100% of the kids in my state have health insurance. i don't think there's anything that shows more empathy and care about th
scaled the walls of the u.s. embassy and replaced the american flag with a black, islamist flag. the a.p. is report that this replacement flag is similar to a banner used by al qaeda and that some in the crowd were chanting, quote, we are osama. they were protesting a u.s.-produced film that attacks the prophet mohammed. there are no american injuries or casualties. this is the first time ever that the u.s. embassy in cairo was breached. we will continue to follow this development out of the region. much more coming up on this program. but first, we begin way "hannity" cable exclusive. bob woodward is the author of a brand-new book that has all of washington talking, called "the price of politics" and it takes you into the negotiating rooms of the capitol and the white house and exposes how the president tried and failed to restore the american economy. now this book raises some very serious questions about the president's ability to look beyond politics and lead the nation during times of great consequence. and here to talk about that and much more is the man himself, the author of "t
temperatures pretty mild across much of the country, 80s up to minnesota and still going to be in the 80s and 90 ace through the southeast. it will be cooler where we have clouds and rain from isaac. that's where the clouds and rain will be pushing throughout your sunday. much of the west remains very dry and fire conditions still very dangerous there and still have a couple of big blazes burning. for labor day, we're going to watch wet weather in areas of the east. we're ending our summer season here with warm temperatures. if you're under isaac, you are going to get wet weather. back to you, alex. >> political headlines now, apparent convention bounce from mitt romney in a new poll following the republican gather. a boost among independents for governor romney, 45% rate him favorable compared to 34% before his speech on thursday. 20% find him likeable compared to 16% before the speech. paul ryan campaigned in virginia on friday addressing a group of about 1800 supporters in richmond. >> the president has put us on a path of decline, of debt, a nation in doubt. here's the good news, we c
. friday's "new york times"s, just as things are blowing up in egypt and libya, his team finally giving details on what he would do differently overseas. why wait until now to do this? >> well, domestic policy has been the cornerstone of his campaign the entire time. job creation has been his number one. and then the real world intervene. and what happens has upended the political campaign here in the united states. and i think it's very likely that soon here you'll see mitt romney come out and layout in his own terms what he would do on a foreign policy front. >> you frng we'll get a major foreign policied a yen today? >> very soon. he he left to his aides in the "new york times" to flush out what he would do, how he would handle syria, how he would draw a red line with iran. what he would do with egypt. but now it will be time for the principal himself to make these comments. >> john mccain is on the stump for romney in ohio come monday. he was pressed on this issue yesterday. take a listen. >> i have recommended to governor romney that he gives a foreign policy speech that talks abou
to the diplomatic enclave. that's where the foreign embassies are, u.s. embassy, french embassy. now what you seem to have here is some people urging protesters to rush police officers and others saying don't go. stay put. and they can't seem to decide what to do. so at this point, it's basically a free for all. what you see is these protesters just teeing off with objects. and police just holding up their shields and blocking the objects. now police officers are starting to throw rocks. and i think it's time for us to move back a little bit. now what often gets lost in these dramatic pictures is the actual numbers. how many people are here. and if you do a quick count, there's no more than, at most, 400 or 500 people here. all right. we had to make a run for it, because police fired off several canisters of tear gas. we had difficulty seeing and breathing. so, we came back here to where there's a rally taking place. here is what we observed. a lot of the protesters who are throwing objects, sticks, stones, they're young men, teenagers in their 20s. you see them with this mischievous smile. you ge
in the upper 70s and going to be a hot one this afternoon. i think slowly we'll lose the humidity and gradually improving forecast into the weekend and the cooler temperatures on the way as well and get a look at the numbers at reagan national, the current temperature is in the 70s, 79 degrees. annapolis, 7:00 a.m. and annapolis, 80 degrees. it's not july anymore, it's september. 81 in quantico. no relief to the south and west, hagerstown, good morning. 72 degrees and dew point temperatures running in the 70s and there is a lot of humidity out there. a few showers to the north and west and a weak cold front moving through shortly and that can kick off a few showers out there during the first half of the day. later this afternoon, i think it's partly to mostly sunny and it might actually feel drier this afternoon. 87 in washington. ninety in quantico and 89 in this afternoon in frederick. temperatures running well above normal. all right, we'll look at the weekend next week in just a moment and we'll so traffic. >> and i have a lot of people tweeting me about that roger rabbit. that enough has e
top stories. natalie morales is at the news desk. good morning. >> good morning. >>> u.s. troop surge in afghanistan is over as the last of the additional 33,000 soldiers sent there in 2009 has now left the war zone. 68,000 u.s. troops remain in afghanistan. >>> the white house is classifying the attack on the embassy in libya as a terrorist attack. president obama said extremists capitalized on outrage sparked by that anti-islam video. the incident is now under investigation but intelligence officials believe it was a planned attack in the guise of a protest. >>> james holmes shaved off the orange hair. they are arguing over a notebook he sent to a psychiatrist before the shooting. >>> a potential hostage in a downtown office complex. officials reportedly trying to negotiate with a man that carried a gun with two duffle bags with unknown contents. >>> the space shuttle heads from edwards air force base to los angeles. a special flyover for mark kelly in tucson who looked on in amazement with congresswoman gabrielle giffords. >>> and do you love honey boo boo and wish your child had a
s.e.a.l.s. they died heroes, we have known that, but until tonight we had no idea of just how far beyond the call of duty these two men went. again, you will be learning this right now for the very first time only on "360." new reporting as well on why the assault on the night of september 11th was so deadly to ambassador stevens and computer technician sean smith even though they were holed up inside of what was supposed to be a fortified part of the consulate compound. the attackers doused the building's exterior with diesel fuel, killing smith and stevens with dense toxic smoke. and there's yet more we're learning about the attack tonight as well as other late developments out of benghazi. a large pro-democracy march on the headquarters of an extremist islamic group in benghazi. first, the breaking news about how the two former s.e.a.l.s perished and how far they went to save other american lives. joining us now to flesh out her exclusive reporting, cnn contributor and former homeland security advisor, fran townsend. fran currently serves on the cia external advisory committee
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